On Dec. 15, members of 350 Eugene held a demonstration outside of the Eugene Family YMCA in protest of their planned methane use along with Kidsports and the 4J School District.
Capturing a collective history passed on orally is a time honored tradition among humans. Our species has been telling and retelling history for millennia. Then, technological advancements, made in the 1920s, created […]
Affordable housing is an issue that plagues most major cities across the United States. Especially as the effects from the COVID-19 pandemic seem to be unending, but what does affordable housing actually […]
For many Americans, Dec. 7 serves as a day of remembrance to honor the memory of the 2,403 service members and civilians who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor. It also serves […]
On Nov. 19, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of charges stemming from his Aug. 25, 2020 killing of two antifascist protesters and severely wounding another during a protest for Jacob Blake in Kenosha, […]
Beginning at 2 p.m. on Dec. 2, approximately fifty community members began a sit-in outside in front of the Atrium Building in protest of Eugene’s continuous housless sweeps. The sit-in—titled “The City […]
Heyo, Our readers and supporters have probably noticed a slowdown in Double Sided Media content. It’s not that we aren’t still researching and writing; we are. During the winter months, however, the […]
A Community Mourns, The System Continues: Lane County Residents Light a Path to Hope and Reconciliation.
Photo-Editorial of one community mourning two losses and institutional austerity As fall ends and winter rises, Lane County residents with candles in hand lit up the dark night in remembrance of lives […]
Cascadia Forest Defenders Begin Occupation in Willamette National Forest and Join Demonstration on University Campus
Beginning on Nov. 16, community members with Cascadia Forest Defenders began “occupying a road leading to public forest slated for clear-cutting in the Willamette National Forest” — a part of the Breitenbush […]
Oakland, California’s POOR Magazine Hosts ‘Homefulness’ Workshop, Member of Stop The Sweeps Arrested
On Nov. 15, POOR Magazine—a California-based indigenous, working-class, and “people-led” media collective—held workshops at two of Eugene’s houseless camps. The workshops centered around “homefulness,” or “the homeless solution to homelessness,” as said […]